Duterte slams Human Rights Groups in the country: "Pilipinas lang ang maarte!"

Duterte slams Human Rights Groups in the country: "Pilipinas lang ang maarte!"


President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is very firm in his decision for the reinstatement of the capital punishment of death penalty for drug crimes.

In his latest nationwide public address in Davao city, slammed human rights groups for the constant criticizing his relentless war on drugs campaign and opposing the return of death penalty for drug crimes.

The Chief Executive said that the human right groups in the country primarily on counting the dead.

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“Napakatorpe naman nitong human rights ‘pag hindi kayo nag-ano. Ano ang ano ninyo? Magbilang lang ng patay? Eh p***** i**, ‘di maglipat kayo ng trabaho, huwag sa human rights. Punerarya kung ‘yan lang man ang trabaho ninyo,”  President Duterte said, adding that they should help the government raise awareness of the issues surrounding drug use.

“What about the social problem? The serious and grave problems of drug addiction in this country. What are you doing about it? At least mayroon kayong advocacy. It does not begin and end in the life of a criminal. Naloko ba kayo? It should be something like you would also do a campaign all around the Philippines warning the citizens about being killed, about being slaughtered if they do drugs. Iyan ang tama magawa ninyo,” he added.

The President point out that drug related crimes are severely punished in China, Malaysia, and Indonesia.

“Basta ang akin, a shabu is a shabu is a shabu. Hindi ako nag-ano kung saan galing. It’s a crime in Malaysia, lalo na sa China it’s a death penalty. Malaysia it’s a death penalty. Indonesia metes out a death penalty. Tayo lang ang Pilipinas maarte,” according to him.





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